Specifications & Engineering

It is extremely important to find a contractor you can trust to complete the job correctly the first time.
Roofing contractors are listed #15 on the BBBs list of most complaints, with 8,190 reports last year. More than half of those complaints were regarding shoddy workmanship.

Arizona Foam & Spray has over 45 years of spray foam roofing experience and a reputation for high quality work. We go beyond the minimal license requirements, that are the standard of most contractors, to gain additional knowledge in building science, building codes, and the latest industry technology trends to make sure we are doing the best job possible.

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Specifications

Architectural Specifications for SWD Quik-Shield Roofing Systems

Architectural Drawings:
Quik-Shield Architectural Drawings – Roof (all drawings)

Deck Penetrations:
QSR-015 Structural Member through Roof Deck
QSR-018 Deck Supported Penetration
QSR-020 Roof Drain with Mechanical Fastener
QSR-020A Roof Drain without Mechanical Fastener

Dividers and Joints:
QSR-008 Typical Existing Area Divider Concrete Wall
QSR-008A Typical Existing Area Divider
QSR-007 New Expansion Joint
QSR-007A Remedial Expansion Joint
QSR-111 Flat Roof to Shingles or Tile Tie-in

Drains and Scuppers:
QSR-121 Sloped Roof and Crickets
QSR-122 Slope to Drain
QSR-020 Roof Drain with Mechanical Fastener
QSR-020A Roof Drain without Mechanical Fastener
QSR-021 Scupper Detail at Parapet Wall
QSR-022 Overflow Scupper at Parapet Wall

Equipment:
QSR-013 Prefabricated Metal Curb
QSR-014 Wood Raised Curb
QSR-010 Mechanical Equipment Support New and Remedial
QSR-151 Roof Hatch
QSR-152 Raised Curb for Skylight
QSR-153 Raised Curb for Down Draft Equipment
QSR-131 Remedial Air Conditioner Treatment Using Slip Sheet
QSR-011 Equipment Support Stand
QSR-132 Existing Pitch Pan
QSR-133 Equipment Support on Existing Stand
QSR-134 Roof Equipment Protective Wall
QSR-135 AC Duct Elbow

Fire Rated Assemblies:
QSR-141 1 Hour Class ‘A’ Metal Deck Roof Assembly
QSR-146 2 Hour Class ‘A’ Concrete Deck Roof Assembly
QSR-142 3 Hour Class ‘A’ Metal Deck Roof Assembly
QSR-143 Class ‘A’ Metal Fluted Deck with Tape
QSR-147 Class ‘A’ Roof on Combustible Deck with Cementitious Coating
QSR-144 Class ‘B’ Roof on Combustible Deck
QSR-145 Class ‘B’ Roof on Combustible Deck with Polyiso Board

Raised Curbs:
QSR-013 Prefabricated Metal Curb
QSR-014 Wood Raised Curb
QSR-151 Roof Hatch
QSR-152 Raised Curb for Skylight
QSR-153 Raised Curb for Down Draft Equipment

Walls:
QSR-001 New Metal Parapet Cap
QSR-001A Existing Metal Parapet Cap
QSR-002 Roof Edge Foam Stop
QSR-003 Base Flashing for Wall-Supported Deck
QSR-003A Base Flashing for Wall-Supported Deck Tall Wall
QSR-161 Parapet Wall Detail
QSR-162 Foam and Coating Short Parapet Wall
QSR-163 New Flashing for Concrete Wall-Supported Deck
QSR-164 Stucco Finish on Parapet Wall
QSR-165 Mansard Wall Top and Bottom
QSR-021 Scupper Detail at Parapet Wall
QSR-022 Overflow Scupper at Parapet Wall

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Value Engineering

Whether you have a new building or are looking to reroof an existing building, you are making a large investment so it’s important that we take the time to discuss your project in-depth and learn all of your project details that most contractors don’t care about. Our value engineering team can take the details of your project and show you exactly how we can offer you solutions that can eliminate unnecessary products and expenses. It is not uncommon that we can save a building owner or General Contractor thousands of dollars on a project, and deliver a better, more sustainable roofing system.

Our value engineering team has a track record of delivering top performing results. Our most recent nationally award winning roofing project utilized Quik-Shield spray foam to eliminate the need for tapered boardstock and most flashing. This cost saving was used to fund additional photovoltaic panels for electrical production and helped the 100,000 square foot manufacturing facility achieve a near net-zero energy rating.


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Sustainability

Arizona Foam & Spray only uses Quik-Shield spray foam, manufactured by SWD Urethane. SWD Urethane is the only spray polyurethane roofing manufacturer in the state of Arizona, which means our roofs are locally sourced.

In addition, when spray foam roofing systems are used, less material is needed over the life-span of a building. Maintained Quik-Shield spray foam roofing systems have a service life of more than 40 years and can be easily recoated, without the need for the tear-off of the foam.

In most cases, Quik-Shield can even be placed over the current problem roofing system without its removal. It fixes the problems, while reducing construction waste.

Comparing Systems- Construction Waste
*Construction waste for a 40,000 square foot roof over 30 years, assumes traditional tear-off at end of typical system lifespan


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LEED

LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. Spray foam can be applied to numerous categories in the LEED for New Construction Rating System, including Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy and Atmosphere, Materials and Resources, and Indoor Environmental Quality.

Arizona Foam & Spray has worked on a number of LEED projects and can assist you in qualifying for the most amount of points.

Contact us today to find out how many LEED points Arizona Foam & Spray roofing systems can contribute to your next project.

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